20 Apr, 2021
Convene Transforming University and Enterprise Engagement
Led by Technological University Dublin, working in conjunction with the UCD Innovation Academy, Convene has now set out on its transformative work agenda of creating a shared learning platform at the intersection of enterprise, education and research in Dublin.
6 Apr, 2021
TU Dublin Researchers Receive New Foundations funding from Irish Research Council
Three Researchers at TU Dublin - Professor Una Hunt, Dr Deirdre McQuillan and Dr Emma Howard - have received funding from the Irish Research Council's New Foundations Scheme.
10 Mar, 2021
TU Dublin Leads €3.5m European Project to Create Training Programmes for Human-Centric AI Systems
A training project led by TU Dublin aims to ensure that Artificial Intelligence (AI) products developed by European innovators are human-centric – that is, that such products collaborate with humans rather than replacing them.
3 Mar, 2021
ARROW@TUDUBLIN LEADS OPEN RESEARCH AGENDA
As Ireland’s public policy objective is to transition to an Open Research ecosystem, TU Dublin is leading the way. Downloads from Arrow @TU Dublin, the University’s publicly accessible research repository, have just reached a remarkable 10 million.
3 Mar, 2021
TU Dublin Develops VR Training Programme for BioPharmaChem Skillnet
BioPharmaChem Skillnet has launched a Virtual Reality Training programme in Aseptic Techniques for Biomanufacturing. .
3 Mar, 2021
PhD Students Sought for Spatial Skills Research Project to help close the gender gap in STEM
TU Dublin is seeking applications from current students and graduates of various Masters programmes in Cognitive Psychology, Early, Primary and Post Primary Education Teacher Education, Linguistics, Art, Design, Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics.
2 Nov, 2020
TU Dublin Researchers Announced as SFI Frontiers for the Future Programme Recipients
Minister for Further and Higher Education, Research, Innovation and Science, Simon Harris, TD, has today announced that two TU Dublin projects will receive funding of almost €1.2m supporting frontiers research through Science Foundation Ireland.
30 Oct, 2020
The psychology behind voting for Donald Trump or Joe Biden
Ahead of the US election on Tuesday, Dr Kevin Cunningham, a lecturer in Politics and Chair of the MA in Journalism course at TU Dublin, says there are several psychological explanations behind why we decide who to vote for a candidate or party.
28 Oct, 2020
How 6 more weeks of lockdown will test the nation's unity
Catherine Kelly, an associate lecturer within the Humanities Department at TU Dublin, says it may be hard to persuade an exhausted and sceptical public with little trust in government to follow public health directives.
23 Oct, 2020
Minister Harris Announces Funding for 5 PhD and Postdoctoral at TU Dublin
Minister for Further and Higher Education, Research, Innovation and Science, Simon Harris TD, has today announced funding for research for five PhD and postdoctoral researchers at TU Dublin under the Irish Research Council’s Government of Ireland programme.
22 Oct, 2020
Minister Harris and Minister English welcome report ‘Leading the Way’ by Expert Group on Future Skills Needs
Minister for Further Education, Research, Innovation and Science, Simon Harris TD, and Minister of State for Business, Employment and Retail, Damien English, TD, have welcomed the publication a project report lead by academics and researchers at TU Dublin.
19 Oct, 2020
TU Dublin Researchers Receive Funding To Develop Walkability App
Researchers at TU Dublin and Walk21 International have received funding from the Alstom Foundation to develop a Walkability Auditing App, which will ask women to share their perceptions of walking in Dublin City to help understand its impact on their transport choices.
6 Oct, 2020
A-STEP 2030 research outputs at Global Engineering Deans Council Industry Forum
Representatives from the A-STEP 2030 project joined the GEDC-Industry Forum community to present results from the project and to hear experiences, perspectives and expectations from the next generation of students and recent graduates.
5 Oct, 2020
Minister Harris awards funding of €20+ million to innovation projects led by TU Dublin
Minister for Further and Higher Education, Research, Innovation and Science, Simon Harris, T.D. has today announced funding of €197 million under the Human Capital initiative for 22 projects in universities and institutes of technology.
9 Jan, 2020
TU Dublin awarded €2.1 million under Regional Enterprise Development Fund
Technological University Dublin (TU Dublin) is delighted to have been awarded Regional Enterprise Development funding totalling €2,149,940 to develop The Collaboratory, an Industry Solutions Hub, focusing on Cyber Security, Internet of Things and Artificial Intelligence.
2 Mar, 2020
TU Dublin Report Provides Blueprint to Encourage Entrepreneurship in People with Disabilities
A new report published by Technological University Dublin (TU Dublin) today has highlighted the need for tailored supports for people with disabilities that want to start their own business.
3 Apr, 2020
All you need to know about working from home
More and more employees and companies will be remote working due to the coronavirus outbreak so where do you start? Maébh Coleman, Marian Jennings and Rowena Hennigan have written a guide with everything you need to know about working from home.
2 Apr, 2020
Maintaining trust within a virtual workspace
Colin Hughes, Head of the Graduate Business School, Technological University Dublin and Mark NK Saunders, Professor of Business Research Methods, Birmingham Business School, discuss the thorny issue of maintaining trust within a virtual workspace.
11 Mar, 2020
Prof. Neville Hogan Receives Prestigious SFI St Patrick’s Day Science Medal
Science Foundation Ireland (SFI) has today presented the prestigious SFI St Patrick’s Day Science Medal at a celebratory event in Washington D.C., to Prof Neville J Hogan, a graduate of TU Dublin.
4 Mar, 2020
Long Way Home: Promoting Sustainability in Rural Guatemala
San Juan Comalapa is a municipality in the indigenous west-central highlands of Guatemala. Comalapa exists in a state of relative poverty, with no formal recycling or waste-management system.